(AP) Police arrested a reporter who refused to leave a nonprofit housing agency after closing hours because workers there wouldn’t answer his questions.
The reporter, Andrew Broman of the York Daily Record, was arrested Tuesday night after repeated requests by police and workers at the Housing Council of York County that he leave, authorities said.
The nonprofit agency provides assistance for low-income residents.
The newspaper reported that Broman had been seeking answers from Housing Council officials about how the agency spends money it gets from the city, county, and federal governments.
Police said they had to carry Broman, 25, out of the building. He was charged with misdemeanor criminal trespassing, and released on his own recognizance.